The #MeToo phenomenon seems like it faded away, replaced by a more inclusive cancel culture that will shun and silence anyone for doing anything at any time. But, its adherents will still pay lip service to the short-lived movement, which sadly died when it became clear that radical feminists can and will discredit whatever they become a part of.
It started off as a good thing — it really did. It’s important for powerful men to be held accountable in every shape and form. Young women shouldn’t feel like they have to make themselves sexually available — or at least appear to do so — just because men with inflated egos will be more likely to treat them well professionally. That’s not how our market should work.
But then, the movement was politically weaponized — most famously against now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. And of course, this wasn’t really about Kavanaugh at all. The man was just unfortunate enough to be tapped for his job than none other than President Donald Trump. That was enough to mobilize the left against him — in the form of a completely unverified sexual assault claim.
One thing you’ll notice though, is that “believe all women” has a line — and it doesn’t seem to apply to people who have made claims against the Clintons…